Grading the Tennessee Titans 2020 NFL Draft picks so far
Analyzing the play of the Titans 2020 rookie class.With the final stretch of the 2020 NFL season already upon us, we have had ample opportunity to evaluate the Tennessee Titans draft class.
The Titans entered the 2020 NFL Draft fresh off of an AFC Championship game appearance. It was thought that a strong draft could’ve pushed the Titans over the edge, or at least maintained their place among the elite of the AFC.
Unfortunately, that doesn’t seem to be the case, at least not to this point.
Tennessee was a victim of their own success and didn’t get to draft until the 29th selection, but there were a few ways the Titans could’ve gone. While some mocked a WR or defensive playmaker to the Titans here, an OL pick was not totally surprising.
In the 2nd round, many applauded the team snagging Kristian Fulton, who was widely viewed as a 1st round talent.
In the 3rd round, the selection of Darrynton Evans made sense as a change-of-pace back to help spell Derrick Henry. The remaining three draft picks were also depth pieces at positions of need that seemingly made sense.
However, whether it be due to off-the-field incidents or injuries, this draft class has been hugely disappointing to this point. Jon Robinson is widely applauded for his draft wizardry, but this is shaping up to be a draft to forget. Now that we are 10 games into the season, let’s re-grade every draft Titans 2020 draft pick.